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The construction of the world's largest functional brain model and large-scale, real-time hardware simulations rely on the same mathematical and neuromorphic methods.
Epiphany, the Adapteva multicore processor, has been designed with the primary goal of accelerating applications in low-power devices such as smartphones and tablets, but also servers (in particular, to reduce monstrous power demands of large servers)...
A mathematical framework is being used to investigate the learning dynamics induced by a class of biologically realistic synaptic plasticity rules in recurrently connected neuronal networks.
A new interface allows simulations to be run without modification in multiple software simulators and neuromorphic hardware, greatly simplifying translation and cross-validation of models.
With PyNEST, stimulus generation, simulation and data analysis can be performed in a single programming language.
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